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Friday, June 10, 2005

CorticelliInstructions2


CorticelliInstructions2
Originally uploaded by Kitty And Me.
I don't know about you, but if I took all this time to prepare my fabric, I'd never have time to stitch!

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1 comment:

Gina E. said...

Strangely enough Pam, if one is to get the superb results that the ladies of those days achieved, you really do have to prepare your fabrics properly. I did a six week course at the Embroidery Guild of Vic.(Australia) a couple of years ago, and our tutor insisted that the class work all stitches on fabric stretched correctly in a hoop or other appropriate holder. And it did make a difference to the quality of our work. The tension of all the stitching was even and so the fabric didn't pucker, and our work was cleaner as well. I know experienced embroiderers can achieve stunning results without going to a lot of trouble, but 'experience' is the key word. I can probably stitch a lot better than many of my contemporaries but my work is very amateurish compared to some of the members of our Guild.

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